'2 Broke Girls' Whitney Cummings: 'We don't have to make a lot of compromises'

Zap2it: Do you clash much with network censors over either "2 Broke Girls" or "Whitney"?Whitney Cummings: With "2 Broke Girls," we don't have to make a lot of compromises over there. I don't think the show runner, Michael Patrick King, is having to change much. [With "Whitney"], that's a relationship show about these two people; it's not a stand-up act or a roast. I challenge myself every day to take out edgier jokes on that show, because that's just not how I would really talk to my boyfriend. It would feel false, like, "Oh, look, Whitney's doing her stand-up!" Zap2it: What made you pick Julian McCullough to be your "Love You, Mean It" sidekick?Whitney Cummings: I wanted to make sure that whoever I had as a sidekick would feel comfortable making fun of me and not be scared because I was, like, the boss. So I went out with Julian one night wearing these really...



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